Dear applicants, please remember the due date for applications is 21 May 2021. You are urged to return your forms. Aptitude test will be written on 28 May 2021, 8 o’clock All applicants must be present.
If you are over 16 and out of school, KAYEC wants to help you train your job skills so you can find work and help your family and community. There are no entry requirements and no high fees: just good-quality courses to power up your career.
Click here to see our courses for 2016. You can sign up any time: Come in person to a KAYEC training centre in Windhoek – Wanaheda or Ondangwa. All you need to bring is a certified copy of your ID or birth certificate, a certified copy of your highest school grade, and half of your course fee (see each course for amounts). We’ll help with the rest!
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Note: KAYEC can not refund payments that you have already made on a course.
Want to dig deeper? See our impact figures at Skills training: How we work.
Above seen are some of the trades who took part in the National Skills Competition and exposition which was held at Ramatex complex from the 3-6 April 2019. The Competition and exposition was held under the theme ‘TVET as a catalyst to economic transformation and industrialisation’ . Different speakers(national and international) shared ideas on how …
From the New Era Publishment- WINDHOEK – A Windhoek City councillor urged the Katutura Youth Enterprise Centre (Kayec) graduates to seek ways to create jobs for themselves instead of joining armies of jobseekers on the Namibian streets. Officiating at the Kayec graduation, Ananias Niizimba said: “You should have a vision, dream and think ahead. Do not …